The 22 routes (from 10 to 50 kilometres long) have been chosen so that dirt roads or tracks are privileged, but they also try to go through the most beautiful towns in the region and the varied scenery along the way.
Technically speaking , as in the case of the road routes, , the itineraries have been classified in easy, medium and hard , according to technical difficulty, distance, height differences.
The easy routes , can be done by everyone even without fork suspension, as they are fairly short, mainly along the flat or with easy climbs, and do not require any special technical abilities. The medium routes have variable distances, a few rough surfaces and one or two reasonably technical stretches. These are suitable for Mtbs with fork suspension and require fairly good physical training. The difficult routes are for the most expert bikers in excellent physical condition, because there are some rather difficult technical stretches (without extremes). Distances start from 30 kilometres and there are often long, steep climbs along the way. Experience and technically reliable bikes are essential.